The Kushner Cobras began this season like they finished the last with an 11-1 blowout win over Flatbush on Tuesday. The Cobras dominated play in the first period, generating numerous scoring opportunities, but only capitalized on one, entering the second period with a slight 1-0 lead. The reigning MYHSAL champions settled into
The Jewish Link of New Jersey and Teaneck Doghouse would like to recognize 8-year-old Jared Glick as this week’s Sportstar of the Week. The Yeshivat Noam third grader is having a great year for his MGBL team, Design Statements, averaging 10 points and five assists per game. Earlier this month, to highlight an 18-point
The second annual Rapid Fire Yeshiva High School Ice Hockey Tournament will take place this Sunday at 5:15 p.m. at The John T. Wright Arena at Mackay Park in Englewood. Admission is free, participation fee is $18 per player with all proceeds going to Sharsheret and Jewish War Veterans of America. Players representing TABC, SAR, Ramaz,
On Sunday, March 18, the SAR Sting faced off against the Frisch Cougars in the 38th annual MYHSAL boys varsity floor hockey championship at Lawrence Middle School in Lawrence. Following a 9-4-1 season and fourth seed in the Western Division, the Frisch Cougars upset the Eastern Division champion DRS Wildcats, following it up with a
Last Sunday, the TABC JV hockey team took home the championship trophy after an exhilarating win against Frisch. Since the very first practice in September, the TABC Storm had one goal—to win the championship.
The season started off with a bang! In the first six
The TABC Storm won its first-ever basketball championship with a JV victory over the HAFTR Hawks last week. As students, parents and coaches filed into the Heschel gym in the Upper West Side of Manhattan, few felt the importance of the game that was about to be played as much as TABC head coach Oz Cross. Coaches Cross and Jonathan
After a hard fought season ended early for the TABC varsity basketball team, they were given another chance to prove themselves at the Red Sarachek Tournament at Yeshiva University. The Storm were ranked #13 going into the tournament, but were determined to prove that they were better than their ranking. Though they weren’t
Last Friday, March 16, a group of high school boys from two yeshivot converged at the Jewish Center of Teaneck, home of the Heichal Hornets. A little while later, Heichal walked out with the first ever recorded win in the Yeshiva swim league—history was made.
The final score was Heichal
As far back as Hank Greenberg in the early part of the 20th century, Jews have, for one reason or another, been subject to various forms of discrimination in baseball. The film “Heading Home: The Tale of Team Israel,” originated by MLB baseball writer Jonathan Mayo, in partnership with Ironbound Films, may help change
After a strong performance throughout Yeshiva University’s Red Sarachek Tournament, the MTA Lions faced Beren in the Tier III championship. The Lions came out of the gate strong, with Eitan Warburg (‘19) nailing a 3-pointer off the tip-off. From there, the Lions were relentless, scoring an onslaught of points. At one point, the